Buddhism & Psychotherapy
The teachings of Buddhism add crucial insights to the art and practice of psychotherapy. Primarily, Buddhism holds a supremely exalted view of the true nature of our consciousness and being. A therapist’s basic assumptions and attitude about the nature of a human being profoundly affect the outcomes of his work with clients in psychotherapy. If you have a limited view of what a human being is, you’ll get limited results. If you have an exalted view of what a human being is, you can get glorious results. For this reason, Buddhism, psychotherapy, and hypnotherapy/NLP are extremely effective when practiced in combination.
Finding True Magic Audio Seminar Set: “Mindfulness & Awareness”
Video: “Buddha & The Hypnotist” with Jack Elias, CHT
Article: “The Nature of the Egoic Mind” by Jack Elias, CHT
Article: “Waking Up from the Egoic Trance” by Jack Elias, CHT
Article: “Tibetan Buddhism and research psychology: A match made in Nirvana?“